# SOLUTION: This is Factoring Algebraic expressions. Rewrite the expression 9x(2)y+6xy(2)+12X(3)y(5)as a multiplication sentence and as a division sentence, using the GCF of the terms. P

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 Click here to see ALL problems on test Question 370534: This is Factoring Algebraic expressions. Rewrite the expression 9x(2)y+6xy(2)+12X(3)y(5)as a multiplication sentence and as a division sentence, using the GCF of the terms. Please note that the NUMBERS in the brackets represent the power. I could not get the number up by the x and y. Thank You for helping me I greatly appreciate your time.Answer by stanbon(57342)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Rewrite the expression 9x(2)y+6xy(2)+12X(3)y(5)as a multiplication sentence and as a division sentence, using the GCF of the terms. Please note that the NUMBERS in the brackets represent the power. --------------------------------- 9x^2y + 6xy^2 + 12x^3y^5 ---- GCF = 3xy ---- = 3xy[3x + 2y + 4x^2y] ================ Cheers, Stan H.